During the reign and power of the Habsburg monarchy many remains of Budapest's Muslim past (Ottoman kingdom) was either neglected or destroyed. This short movie show some Ottoman tombstones located in Central Budapest.
1065 Budapest, Nagymező u. 38. interesting decor, many rooms, cheap beer, good tunes. sounds a lot like szimpla? yeah, same owners. so, quickly the same crowd of rowdy tourists and belligerent stag parties showed up. but it's still better than szimpla. worth a look for sure.
Outside of St. Stephans Cathedral, Inga and Ia were wanting me to take a picture of the snow. My camera didn't do so well with the photo but did okay with the video! You can hear Inga and Ia speaking in the background.
Preparations for March 15th celebrations the day before. Hungarians are staunchly proud and celebrate past wars and battles for independence.Hello, Wake up! Hungary has been free for 19 years now, but they are more obsessed with the past than the future sadly.Many still dream of the days of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.But seeing all the people dress up in battle gear gives an insight into how things were.